Author: Scott Christensen

Recently some news about entrepreneur athletes of the major income sports (football, tennis, basketball, etc.) came out and made me investigate on this topic as many of them have already won enough money for the rest of their lives and their future generations’ lives as well; and the fact that each week more and more invest makes me wonder; what is their motivation? Is it a new “fashion”?. Many can remain linked to sports (probably each sport star mentioned later in this article) as coach’s on different categories, commentators on the radio or TV, etc. but many can’t and therefore…

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Qatar is a sovereign Arab state located in a small peninsula in western Asia which grew at an impressive speed since they stopped being a British protectorate in 1971. The population at that time was barely 119000 habitants, while nowadays it’s 2.57 million with an almost non-existent unemployment rate; they had a GDP of 387 million USD and a GDP per capita of 3246 USD whereas in 2016 of 152 billion USD and 59330 USD respectively. These are just a few aspects which are useful to reflect clearly the huge growth Qatar had since 1971. The development the small emirate…

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Salah was born in a middle class family on the 15th of June 1992 in Nagrig, Egypt, a town 130km away from El Cairo. Practitioner of the Muslim religion and pushed by his parents to dedicate full time to this and his studies, he had to find his way out to do what he loved: Football, and boy did he succeed… He was passionate for the sport since very young and had to make a huge effort to obtain his father’s support. He had to take 5 buses to train (4 hours and a half each day, 5 days a…

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